Eagle Point Resort and Beach Hotel is located in the heart of Anilao, Batangas where 30 dive spots can be explored. From relaxation to underwater adventure, here are the reasons why it is the ultimate travel destination in Batangas.
Eagle Point Beach Resort is nestled along the eastern coast of Balayan Bay which gives guests a perfect view of the sea and the sunset. Batangas Terrace Hotel, the resort’s new facility, is a Mediterranean-inspired hotel with 40 spacious and well-furnished rooms, 32 deluxe hotel terrace rooms with seaside balconies, and 8 superior rooms offering views of the jungle. All rooms are air-conditioned and designed for relaxation and adventure. Basic amenities are provided such as a work desk with lamp, a comfort room complete with a bathtub, hot and cold shower, toiletries, and towels for guests' convenience.
Eagle Point has double-level pools, reef pool, and other amenities for leisure. The resort's bar and resto, Eagle’s Nest, serves sumptuous local and international cuisines as well as finest cocktails at affordable prices. There's also a gift shop where guests can buy souvenirs, beach essentials, and sundry items.
Eagle Point Beach Resort has been a go-to destination for company outing, team building, and weekend getaways. They offer various open water activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, scuba diving, and banana boat ride. For company outing or team building, they also have a team that facilitates the activities so guests can fully enjoy their excursion.
Tick scuba diving off your bucket list at Eagle Point Resort! Even if you’re not very good at swimming, they offer dive packages where you can learn the basics of scuba diving. Introductory Dive package is at PHP3,360.00/person complete with diving equipment, practice dive at The Reef Pool, and open water dive at 20ft. with the Dive Instructor.
Local and foreign scuba divers have chosen to keep on coming back to Anilao because of its scuba diving spots. Anilao beach in Batangas area is part of the Verde Island Passage, one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world. The protected reef in front of Eagle Point Resort was found by a U.K. marine biologist team several years ago to have 287 species of corals.
Unwind and detach from the city stress in Anilao's unspoiled and secluded gem - Sepoc Island. Named after Sepoc trees which are abundant on the island, this white beach is privately-owned by Eagle Point Resort. Team building activities are usually conducted here and it is just 15-minute boat ride away from the resort. The sand is pebbly especially along the shore but the water is undeniably crystal clear. Sepoc Island can only be accessed when you book at Eagle Point Resort.
Rates at Eagle Point Resort and Beach Hotel range from PHP4,500 - PHP25,000 a night as far its rooms are concerned. Day-tour package is priced at PHP1,800 net per person, which includes several freebies. Sepoc Island tour is at PHP2,688 (small boat round-trip) and reservation is necessary.
- Take any bus going to Batangas City (via star toll highway)
- Drop off to Batangas Grand Terminal. From Batangas Grand Terminal, take a jeep going to Mabini
- Drop off to Mabini market. From Mabini market, take tricycle special trip to Eagle Point Resort
- Bus from Manila (Buendia or Cubao) to diversion grand terminal (more or less) - PHP170/person/way
- Jeep from diversion grand terminal to Mabini market - PHP30/person/way
- Tricycle from Mabini market to Eagle Point Resort – PHP200/2persons/way
For road guidance, you may text or call the resort directly from time to time at: 0917-8463958 or 0918-8463958 - Front Office number
Above rates are subject to change without prior notice.
For more information, you can visit their site: http://www.eaglepointresort.com.ph/rates-eaglepointresort